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Featured FREE Tutorial

FREE Tutorial - Bunny Hooded Towel
by Amber of Crazy Little Projects


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     What a precious little project!  We're a bit late for Easter, but this makes a good Spring project, and Amber of Crazy Little Projects provides everything you need to put these impossibly cute hooded towels together.  More from Amber:

"You knew I had to do an Easter hooded towel! I’ve had a lot of requests for this one, so here it is. A pink, floppy eared, perfect for Easter…Bunny Hooded Towel!

"Does he make you feel all springy? I am so happy that Spring is finally coming!

"I have done lots of hooded towel tutorials. I am not going to teach you the basics of how to do the hooded towel in this tutorial because I have a whole post dedicated to that. Go here for full instructions. I am teaching you how to make the face in this post."

Skill Level: Intermediate

Visit the Website: Crazy Little Projects

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Featured FREE Tutorial

FREE Tutorial - Constellations Quilt
by Ericka Jackman


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      Who doesn't love the way the sky deepens the higher up you look?  Ericka Jackman of Kitchen Table Quilting has taken this visual concept and turned it into a gorgeous quilt for her husband!  More from Ericka:

"A couple months ago my husband saw a photo of Constellations by Lizzy House on my Instagram feed and requested a quilt made with the collection. If you have been reading my blog for a while you might remember that I already made my husband a quilt, but he rarely uses it because he thinks that it's too small.

"Since I was making this quilt for my husband who wanted a large quilt, this tutorial makes a quilt that is 81" x 81".  I used a half yard bundle of Constellations fabric by Lizzy House. It is getting pretty impossible to find in its entirety, but you could use other prints and I think that solids would look really great."

Finished Size: 81" x 81" (206cm x 206cm)

Skill Level: Intermediate

Visit the Website: Kitchen Table Quilting

 
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Featured FREE Video

Free Video - How to Sew a T-Shirt Quilt
by Cathie & Steve


 


Cathie and Steve provide an excellent and practical walk through on how to assemble a quilt from your favorite old T-shirts!  One thing to note: their method results in a soft and cuddly quilt without stabilizers for the knits.  For a longer-life quilt that will be a little less soft and cuddly, use fusible stabilizers.  Enjoy!

Visit the Website: Cathie Filian

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Featured FREE Tutorial

FREE Tutorial - Sewing with Coffee Filters
by Karen of Sew Many Ways


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      So, what do you do when you find an unexpected hoard of coffee filters?  Sew with them, of course!  That's what Karen of Sew Many Ways did with her filters, and the result is a crazy collage that will go wonderfully in something, somewhere.  Her article is from a few years ago, and it would be interesting to see if Karen has done more with these round block-like things.  What will you do with them?  More from Karen:

"I found this coffee related quote, but I don't know who said it...

"You know when you've had too much coffee when
you can thread a sewing machine while it's running
."

"I had a "brewed" awakening one morning when I found a package of coffee filters that I don't use anymore. What to do? What to make? I couldn't just throw them away...how about sewing with them! I am so flying by the seat of my pants on this Tool Time Tuesday. I have never made a crazy quilt block or used any type of foundation when quilting, so if there is anything that looks like I need help...please let me know."

Finished Size: 1 cfd* (1 icfd**)

Skill Level: Beginner

Visit the Website: Sew Many Ways


 

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Featured FREE Tutorial

FREE Tutorial - Round Potholder
by Charise Randell


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      How about some home craft goodness that will add a nice touch to any kitchen?  Charise Randell of Charise Creates created these round potholders during the Holidays, and they make wonderful gifts, of course!  This tutorial is excellent and easy to follow, and be sure to take a look at the other freebies on her site!  More from Charise:

"A fun take on the traditional potholder, this potholder is circular and has cute decorative trim on the pocket. It can also be used as trivet or mug rug or to hang in your kitchen to add a bit of cheer : ) It is finished with bias binding trim.

"The paper piecing blocks can be found in my Craftsy Shop or Etsy Shop. Or use an orphaned paper pieced block or quilt block of your own!"

Skill Level: Intermediate

Visit the Website: Charise Creates

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Featured FREE Tutorial

FREE Tutorial - Scrappy Pinwheel Block
by Miriam Blaich

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      Scraps piling up on you?  Need a creative way to clear out some scrap bins?  We love the artistic explosion of color in these blocks.  What an excellent project!  Miriam of Berlin Quilter is a gifted quilter who prefers the modern style, and her site is full of beautiful quilts.  This is also Miriam's first tutorial, and she does such a great job!  More from Miriam:

"Hi folks, after some of you said YES for a tutorial for the Scrappy Pinwheel block, here it is.

"This is the first tutorial I ever wrote (will write). I tried one for a quilt once and failed terribly. But this block is so easy to describe, it should be possible. And further on, just because I failed once, it doesn´t have to be that way for ever. Doesn´t it? It is the same as in life in general. If you fall, you should get up and go on."

Finished Size: 7" x 7" (18cm x 18cm)

Skill Level: Beginner

Visit the Website: Berlin Quilter


 

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FREE Tutorial - Spring Flowers Hexagon Mini Quilt
by Becky of Patchwork Posse

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      Mini quilts are so fun!  We love the fresh Spring look of this wonderful mini quilt from Becky of Patchwork Posse.  Her comprehensive tutorial includes instruction and resources on every part of the project and is very nicely put together.  More from Becky:

"This month the weather is finally getting a little bit warmer around here. Reminds me that Spring is here and Summer will be soon arriving.

"For the little fat quarter quilt, being inspired by the little flowers finally starting to show themselves, I decided to go with hexagon flowers.  Finished size is 18″ X 20″ just right for a full fat quarter backing."

Finished Size: 18" x 20" (46cm x 50cm)

Skill Level: Intermediate

Visit the Website: Patchwork Posse

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Featured FREE Video

Free Video - Freezer Paper Piecing Stars by Jan Patek


 


In this excellent tutorial video Jan Patek shares with us her techniques for paper piecing with freezer paper.  For those of you who might not know, freezer paper is lightly waxed on one side and can be 'soft ironed' to what you are working on to stay in place without pins.  Great tutorial.  Enjoy!

Visit the Website: Jan Patek Quilts

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Featured FREE Pattern

FREE Pattern - Tic Tac Tuilip Quilt
by Pam Kitty Morning


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      This adorable quilt pattern is a free gift from Pam Kitty Morning.  Her downloadable pattern is nicely organized and easy to follow.   Use her Pam Kitty Picnic collection from LakeHouse Fabrics or pick your own!  Enjoy!

Skill Level: Intermediate

Visit the Website: Pam Kitty Morning

 
Finished Size: 50" x 50" (127cm x 127cm)



 

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Featured FREE Tutorial

FREE Tutorial - Crayon Box Baby Quilt
and Cheater's Binding by Rae


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      For a self-professed non-quilter, Rae of Made by Rae created a very cute and colorful baby quilt with her Crayon Box project, and our proverbial hats are off to her!  Ray is a sewer and designer extraordinaire and she puts a lot of personality and humor into her posts, so please enjoy this one!  This post is also actually two tutorials: the quilt itself, which she did for Sew Mama Sew, and the binding tutorial in which she calls herself a cheater.  More fun follows from Rae:

"I like to make quilts because I have found them to be pretty intuitive on their own. With very little expertise one can produce a very satisfying end product. Add to that the fact that they are quite simply the best way one can use multiple fabric prints or colors in one place. I especially like to make baby quilts because they are small and quick and double as play blankets as well as bedding.

"So despite the fact that I am a complete Quilting Imposter, I managed to pull together a tutorial for a baby quilt that is quite nice over at Sew Mama Sew.

Finished Size: 38" x 38" (96cm x 96cm)

Skill Level: Beginner


 

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Featured FREE Tutorial

FREE Tutorial - A Cute Triangle Hexagon Pillow
by Kim Kruzich


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      What an adorable little pillow!  We love the geometric simplicity of this pillow, and we can't wait to try it with our own fabric choices!  Kim Kruzich of Retro Mama has compiled a great tutorial for this fun and easy project.  More from Kim: 

"'A Cute' Triangle Pillow - I just made a really nerdy math joke, that is so unlike me (I lie, that is very much like me). My apologies, I blame either sleep deprivation or overzealous hot chocolate consumption. Seriously, Polar Vortex, this is getting a little old.

"Anyhoo.

"I made this triangle/hexagon pillow a few years ago for my sewing chair, and it is so comfy and has held up so well I thought I'd share a quick tutorial with you. It's machine sewn and does not require any tricky piecing, unlike regular hexagons, so this simple, scrappy pillow whips up pretty quickly! "

Finished Size: 20" x 20" (50cm x 50cm)

Skill Level: Beginner

Visit the Website: Retro Mama



 
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Featured FREE Pattern

FREE Pattern - Hello Spring Tulip Block
& Tote Bag by Charise Randell


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      Tulips are iconic elements of Spring color, and Charis Randell of Charise Creates has created a wonderful project for us with her Hello Spring Tulip block!  She created this block for a Garden Party Blog Hop a couple of years ago (be sure to check the link for the hop--it's full of awesome ideas!) and used her block in a tote bag she designed.  More from Charise:

"It doesn't quite feel like Spring in Seattle until the tulip bulbs I planted in the fall bloom in April. My block is a tulip in a pot which for me epitomizes the beginning of Spring.

Finished Size: Block: 4.5" x 10"  (12cm x 25cm)
                       Tote Bag: 15.75" x 18.75" (40cm                          x 48cm)

Skill Level: Intermediate



 

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Featured FREE Video

Free Video - Spring Front Door
Welcome Banner by Teresa

 
 

Welcome Spring to your home properly with this beautiful and fun welcome banner project!  Brought to you by the great team at AdornIt and demonstrated by Teresa of Sweet Creek Moon, have fun with this one!  More from AdornIt:

"Greet the season in style with this Spring Front Door Banner. In this video Teresa from Sweet Creek Moon will walk you through the steps of how to create this adorable banner."

Visit the Website: AdornIt  |  Sweet Creek Moon

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Featured FREE Pattern

FREE Pattern - Spring Quilt by Valori Wells
for Robert Kaufman


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      What a beautiful mix of fresh colors!  This quilt was designed by Valori Wells for Robert Kaufman and features her new collection, Blueprint Basics.  This is a challenging project but will be extremely rewarding!  More from Valeri:

"Begin your journey with a foundation of color... Blueprint Basics is a collection of modern designs in glorious colors for your adventurous pursuits."

View the original article here.

Skill Level: Intermediate

Visit the Website: Valori Wells
  |  Robert Kaufman Fabrics
 
Finished Size: 60" x 80" (152cm x 204cm)


 
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Featured FREE Tutorial

FREE Tutorial - Ten Tips for Making
a Quilt in a Day by Amy


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     Have you ever been on a deadline with a quilt project that you waited until the last minute to begin work on?  Ever done a quilt in a day?  If any of this is you, or if you're just curious about how it can be done, Amy of And Sew We Craft offers ten excellent tips on how projects like the one pictured here can be done in a short timeframe.  More from Amy:

"This is my second last-minute, 24-hour quilt, and as scary as it can sound trying to do a whole quilt in such a short period of time, with a wee bit of “forethought” (I use the term loosely), it isn’t as hard as you would expect. Today I thought I’d share my top ten tips for completing a quilt in a day."

Visit the Website: And Sew We Craft

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